Melbourne based interactive designers ENESS were asked to create something to bring skateboarding fully into the digital age. Forget straight-to-itunes edit, what everyone really wants is a session where we replace the beers and dog piss with streaming neon lights and electronic fireworks.
This session went down at the Tron: Legacy premiere in Melbourne, a film which you should probably go see. Because it’s awesome. As is the video below. Enjoy.
4twentytwo have found shelter from the snow this month inside Revolution Skatepark and as a result knocked up this sweet little winter edit.
The edit features tasty bits and bobs from Michael Smith, Dan McCusker, Ben Wilks, James Brown, Max Christian, Adam Pau, Tim Prescott and Barnaby Fisher-Smith. Stay locked into the 4twentytwo blog for more.
Here’s a little something to get you warmed up for the Xmas Jam this Saturday. The Stand Up Skate Shop crew sessioned Bay 66 on a cold winter’s night and got the bangers in.
Keep an eye out for a mental skinny ollie up the Vert stairs and more from Kevin McKeon, Evan Knight, Marcus Adams, Hector Barnett, Jamal Bendriss, Jack West and Aaron Sweeney, Jonathan Shepperd and Antoine Miller.
Kick start your week with this astonishing edit of the Gravis team in Europe. The clip features Dylan Rieder, Arto Saari, Sam Winter, Jake Johnson, Steve Forstner, and Dominik Dietrich all holding it down.
Keep your eyes open for an extra special noseblunt.
Antiz have been very busy since returning from their Hobo Tour and welcoming Dallas Rockvam onto the team as their first US pro. Just this week they’ve knocked out two edits online full of rad wheel-pushing as standard from the boys.
Firstly there is a Hobo Erectus edit, which is a hot minute of concrete ripping and then another clip featuring a couple of days skating makeshift spots in warehouses and some street fun too. As always, it’s worth a watch. See below and grab the goods while they’re hot.
For a constant stream of goodness, be sure to follow Antiz filmer Paul Labadie’s‘Hobo Erectus‘ blog on Soma.
Earlier this year we were stoked to see Eniz Fazilov kill it in Pontus Alv’s In Search Of The Miraculous and now he makes a welcome return to our screens in this short edit from the Soletech’s amazing training facility.
Have a look below for some slick lines and a nice conclusive push into the sunset of a Californian carpark.